DENTON ISLAND, OLD RIVER AND BRIDGES

Page link: 1780 PARLIAMENTARY ACT FOR BUILDING THE TOLL BRIDGE
1780 PARLIAMENTARY ACT FOR BUILDING THE TOLL BRIDGE
Forerunner of Denton Island Bridge
Page link: BLACKSMITHS ARMS PUBLIC HOUSE, RIVERSIDE
BLACKSMITHS ARMS PUBLIC HOUSE, RIVERSIDE
Were these toilets connected?
Page link: BRIDGE
BRIDGE
Dredger through bridge - 2004
Page link: BRIDGE AT NIGHT 1981 - 2008
BRIDGE AT NIGHT 1981 - 2008
Views from Denton Island Bridge
Page link: CHRISTMAS CARD
CHRISTMAS CARD
From the Champion Radio Corporation
Page link: DENTON ISLAND
DENTON ISLAND
Boat maintainance by Old Denton Island Bridge
Page link: DENTON ISLAND
DENTON ISLAND
Denton Island Training Centre
Page link: DENTON ISLAND
DENTON ISLAND
Old Bridge 1957
Page link: DENTON ISLAND
DENTON ISLAND
Viewed from Ring Road
Page link: DENTON ISLAND BRIDGE
DENTON ISLAND BRIDGE
How it looked in 1983
Page link: DENTON ISLAND c1930s
DENTON ISLAND c1930s
Sefton Terrace & Catts Cottages
Page link: EVENING AT RIVERSIDE, JUNE 2008
EVENING AT RIVERSIDE, JUNE 2008
The old Swing Bridge & The Marine Workshops
Page link: FLUDES BUILDING - DENTON ISLAND
FLUDES BUILDING - DENTON ISLAND
1990 - 2002 - 2008
Page link: HARBOUR VIEWS - c1961
HARBOUR VIEWS - c1961
Sefton Terrace / East Quay / Meeching Tug
Page link: LAYING A WATER PIPE.
LAYING A WATER PIPE.
Under the river
Page link: LOWER BOAT WORKERS
LOWER BOAT WORKERS
Newhaven boatbuilders
Page link: NEW DENTON ISLAND BRIDGE
NEW DENTON ISLAND BRIDGE
Opened 28th November, 1983
Page link: NEWHAVEN OLD SWING BRIDGE
NEWHAVEN OLD SWING BRIDGE
View looking upriver
Page link: NEWHAVEN SWING BRIDGE
NEWHAVEN SWING BRIDGE
Newhaven swing bridge pictured about 1966
Page link: NEWHAVEN SWING BRIDGE
NEWHAVEN SWING BRIDGE
Preparing for the flyover
Page link: NEWHAVEN SWING BRIDGE
NEWHAVEN SWING BRIDGE
Turning the capstan 1950s & 1960s
Page link: NEWHAVEN'S BADGE
NEWHAVEN'S BADGE
Postcard showing the details
Page link: NO TIME TO STOP AND READ
NO TIME TO STOP AND READ
A conglomeration of notices.
Page link: OLD BRIDGES
OLD BRIDGES
The Swing Bridge & the bridge to Denton Island
Page link: OLD RIVERSIDE
OLD RIVERSIDE
Rear of Bridge Street now North Way
Page link: OLD SWING BRIDGE
OLD SWING BRIDGE
Taken in 1972/3
Page link: OUR OLD BRIDGE
OUR OLD BRIDGE
Coming to the end of an era
Page link: OUR OLD BRIDGE
OUR OLD BRIDGE
The old swing bridge in action.
Page link: PRE NORTH WAY 1960's
PRE NORTH WAY 1960's
Behind Bridge Street
Page link: RADIO FACTORY ON DENTON ISLAND
RADIO FACTORY ON DENTON ISLAND
Giant Music Centre
Page link: RIVERSIDE FROM THE NORTH BANK
RIVERSIDE FROM THE NORTH BANK
View towards the High Street
Page link: SEFTON TERRACE
SEFTON TERRACE
Denton Island
Page link: SEFTON TERRACE
SEFTON TERRACE
Denton Island in the past
Page link: SWANS IN THE RIVER
SWANS IN THE RIVER
Swans pictured by Denton Island in 1962
Page link: SWANS ON THE RIVER
SWANS ON THE RIVER
February 2008
Page link: SWING BRIDGE
SWING BRIDGE
The lifebelt
Page link: SWING BRIDGES OLD AND NEW
SWING BRIDGES OLD AND NEW
Photos of old and new bridges
Page link: THE CAPSTAN
THE CAPSTAN
Photograph of the old swing bridge
Page link: THE DAY THEY SHOT AT THE BRIDGE!
THE DAY THEY SHOT AT THE BRIDGE!
A fiendish plot is revealed.
Page link: THE GHOST SHIP
THE GHOST SHIP
A walk round the docks
Page link: THE NEW BRIDGE
THE NEW BRIDGE
2nd Febuary 1984
Page link: THE OLD SWING BRIDGE
THE OLD SWING BRIDGE
Goodbye to the swing era
Page link: THE OLD TOLL BRIDGE
THE OLD TOLL BRIDGE
Replaced by Denton Island Bridge
Page link: THE OLD TOLLBRIDGE ACROSS THE RIVER AT NEWHAVEN
THE OLD TOLLBRIDGE ACROSS THE RIVER AT NEWHAVEN
How it worked but why the difference?
Page link: THE QUAY CUT ABOVE THE OLD SWING BRIDGE
THE QUAY CUT ABOVE THE OLD SWING BRIDGE
"Salt-caked coaster" from Seaham
Page link: THORN CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
THORN CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
Photographs taken in summer 1975
Page link: TIDAL CREEK ROUND DENTON ISLAND
TIDAL CREEK ROUND DENTON ISLAND
View from Elphick Road
Page link: VIEW OF NORTH QUAY FROM DENTON ISLAND
VIEW OF NORTH QUAY FROM DENTON ISLAND
This site forms the area where the Bowling Club now is